Reasonable Doubt: Protecting your privacy is the legal issue of our time

CCTVTechnology has given us new ways to communicate and manage our affairs, but it has also made us more vulnerable to monitoring by the state and private corporations alike. I think most people would agree that violating someone’s privacy in order to make a buck or two (or two billion) is reprehensible. But what about violating an individual’s privacy in the same way in order to fight crime—should we tolerate that?